A couple months ago, two prominent pastors effectively presented two different scenarios regarding how the pre-Tribulation Rapture of the church might proceed. I follow both of them closely and respect them immensely. Yet the message that came forth from these astute men of God couldn’t differ more as to when the Rapture might happen.
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A friend of mine, who is a scholar at heart and a new believer, asked me to help him understand the rationale for a pre-Tribulation Rapture. I thought I would take the occasion of his questions to outline my thinking in this regard in this forum.
The feel-good position for most who believe in the pre-Trib Rapture is that all believers, hot, cold, or lukewarm will be taken up into the clouds when Christ returns for His church some time before the beginning of the 7-year Tribulation. But, is that correct?
Pew Research recently conducted a survey on Climate Change in relation to various religious traditions. Within that survey from April 2022 they asked some questions about end-times beliefs. What do we learn from this poll? What does it truly tell us about the times we’re in?
The potential for the Rapture of the church to occur on the Jewish day of mourning known as Tisha B’Av has become a topic of much interest lately among pre-Trib Rapture adherents. After reading a couple of well-written discussions on this subject, I figured I might as well accept the challenge and weigh in since I have a different perspective.
Despite the failure of Rapture date setters in the past, many people continue to try to outwit the Lord by predicting when Jesus will come back for His true church to snatch us away into the clouds to be with Him forever.